Part 3: Mental health. The free or low-cost accommodations and products that help keep my mood up.
The show does more damage than it does good in aiming to start conversations. Here’s how I am responding.
Bipolar disorder is stigmatized, and a beautiful way to fight stigma is to share facts and personal stories. Here are some of mine.
God challenged me to give up my defensiveness this Lent. My goal is to never take it back.
Society sometimes tries to make us ashamed of things we cannot control about our bodies. Here’s to making the silent heard, and to making the invisible visible.
Changing your thoughts about yourself will change the ways you look at yourself and interact with the world.
Refuse to let your semicolon become a period. Even when you might think something is over, something else is just beginning anew.